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This pedestrianised shopping street has a lot of appeal and in character is quite different from... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
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Bournemouth, United Kingdom
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Shopping street

Henry Street is the other main shopping street in Dublin apart from Grafton Street. The largest... read more

Reviewed 27 September 2018
Mei T
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 15 April 2014

As a Dubliner, it has always annoyed me to see tourist coming to Dublin for the first time or perhaps on a return visit and only being told by the Irish tourist board about highly expensive shopping areas such as Grafton Street, Temple Bar and...More

20  Thank KeithC732
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Reviewed 2 September 2012

So much has been invested in this part of Dublin in recent years and yes the final result is it all looks beautiful. But it still doesn't take away from the drunks, junkies and scumbags that still walk up and down it each day wreaking...More

3  Thank Andrew M
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All reviews shopping street grafton st lots of shops jervis centre great shopping dunnes stores marks and spencer main shopping flagship store smaller shops tk maxx nice place for a stroll high end shopping north side liffey river street performers temple bar
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This must be the worst food in the country, the sandwiches, the bread was thick and hard and too arty farty for their own good. The actual restaurant is self service and the food was congealed and tasteless, it was the most revolting meal we...More

Thank Barbara_purple
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Henry Street is the best place to go shopping in Dublin. Wish I had brought more Euros with me to get more things!

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This pedestrianised shopping street has a lot of appeal and in character is quite different from Grafton Street. Both are worth seeing but Henry Street feels more like a shoppers’ place than a tourist destination. There are several famous names along here and plenty of...More

Thank X8085XIalanf
Reviewed 30 September 2018 via mobile

Henry Street in Dublin 1 is a great shopping street for young and old alike. It’s flagship store is Arnott’s department store but Henry Street also houses many, many of the big high street names and also has plenty of cafes. Henry Street is always...More

Thank porterIreland
Reviewed 27 September 2018

Henry Street is the other main shopping street in Dublin apart from Grafton Street. The largest shopping center in Dublin, Jervis is located here. You can find most of your shopping needs here.

Thank Mei T
Reviewed 29 August 2018 via mobile

The street is mainly for pedestrians. A great path for all those who wouldn’t want to commute. It’s a walkable distance and can reach the inner city

Thank Setlhomo R
Reviewed 2 July 2018 via mobile

The street is pedestrian only in the evenings and there are at least theee Starbucks either on Henry Street or very close by. What more could you want?

Thank County-Hunter
Reviewed 23 May 2018 via mobile

Just popped into Dunnes Stores Henry Street where I was surprised to see a new addition to the store on the ground floor. It's a new hair and nail bar. Impromptu i got a haircut. What a fantastic experience. Hair cut and styled by Fernanda....More

1  Thank Joyce M
Reviewed 25 February 2018 via mobile

Henry Street is the premier Northside shopping Street, it runs from the main thoroughfare O’Connell Street to Jervis Street and has to malls, The Ilac Centre and The Jervis Centre. If you look down Henry Street towards O’Connell Street you will see the infamous Spire...More

2  Thank motorcar1
Reviewed 21 January 2018

Henry Street is lined with shops. We were here just before holidays so the Christmas shopping was in full effect.

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Response from Theycallitmadness | Reviewed this property |
Henry Street is one of the main shopping areas in Central Dublin, Now the question you ask kind of depends on what you are looking for. There is a really nice Pub/restaurant on Mary Street called the Church, have a look at... More
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Response from René A | Reviewed this property |
There are lots of bars and restaurants but I cannot name one specificially. It is a very popular area so I am 100% sure that there are excellent quality bars and restaurants around. I hope this helps but naming one I... More
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